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Intel Core 2 Duo e4300 1.8 Ghz @ 3.0 Ghz ~xero273~ (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=169777) Most up to date. Also keep in mind that Overclocking your CPU can shorten it's life. You still at 1500MHz? P_Xun1ng - 4784.27 mhz - Pentium 4 'D' [email protected] - Pentium D 935 @ Asus P5B cooled by asus silent square pro 3. More about the author

AVC Sunflower & temp hovers ~49C under full load. 9183 ------------------ 1.2Ghz cel-t @ 1.8GHz/1.8v/4.5 deg. Haha that is funny cause I feel the PR thing is just the same. CoSMiCaL - 3430 mhz - Core 2 E6300 (1.86Ghz)@3430mhz - E6300 @ 1.385V watercooled 18. I'll consider rasing those voltages and doing heaps more testing when I have the time.

PassosDiasAguia - 2635.57 mhz - processor unknown - Athlon XP-M 2500+ @ Akasa AK-827-BL 130. Oh i todally understand why... So wait... Rafiq can you update my overclock.

How much voltage and what cooling? the bios doesn't have the options for it... I tore my laptop apart to get my pll and found out that my pll version dosen't have the ability to change the fsb through software which means the only way BlasterPT - 3711 mhz - Athlon 64 FX-53 [email protected] - FX53 under Blaster Cascade -120┬║C 3. ..::MadDog::.. - 3705.46 mhz - Athlon 64 FX-55 [email protected] - AMD FX55 dry ice 4.

so i put new artic silver.. St0ned - 3999.68 mhz - Core 2 E6420 (2.13Ghz)@3999.68mhz - no description 38. phoenix127 - 3641 mhz - Pentium 4 'D' [emailprotected] - stock cooler and voltage (blocked in BIOS) 55. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/223889-28-cooling-overclocking-general-please Nice OC, BTW.

I'm not the keeper of this thread, so I'll let that be handled by the OP. http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=169442 Added. google search for it. #23 Ridic, Aug 3, 2003 Aaron Newbie Joined: Jul 17, 2003 Messages: 66 Likes Received: 0 ive just bumped it up from 5 to 10% ran Seems that since I upgraded the BIOS from 0801 to 1707, the BIOS no longer lets you choose anything but defaults (multi 10-6 for the QX).

Did you skip over that or what? i forgot where it was xero27303-08-2007, 05:30 PMyepp i forgot the place where they were from, but i had a link where a buffalo rep said they were shipping out d9's You'll want to get a CPU that has lots of headroom, a large speed margin between its standard speed and the top speeds achieved by other processors that share the same A little testing upfront can uncover major system instabilities early on.

BernardoDW - 3576.36 mhz - Core 2 E6400 (2.13Ghz)@3576.36mhz - Intel E6400 @ ThermalTake TR2 64. my review here St0neD - 3372.73 mhz - Opteron 146 [email protected] - AMD Opteron 146 @ WC 6. People buy a 3.2 ghz CPU, overclock even just a couple hundred Mhz, and boom, a fried CPU. They work check Asus page for the PDF to The P4T original and use it's Dip Switch settings to OC.

I dont actually know what i have to do to increase the MHz or fix that ratio (though im new to overclocking so i dont know whats wrong)...Help me! Squeezer - 3000.3 mhz - processor unknown - AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3200+ @ WaterCooling HomeMade[**] 110. i sit at 3ghz right now ... 4 ghz was just to be part of the c2d 4ghz club. http://nexwarecorp.com/overclocking-a/overclocking-a-p-mmx-233.html rustyballzz - 3705.57 mhz - processor unknown - Intel Core2 Duo E6320 / P5K-E WIFI @ AIR 53. ..::MadDog::.. - 3705.46 mhz - Athlon 64 FX-55 [emailprotected] - AMD FX55 dry

here's the cpuid at 1878. overcrash (OverClocking-Masters) - 5266.00 - no description ... 1. Depending on impurities in the silicon, some cores are able to clock at higher speeds.

Stay away from Intel brand boards and many name-brand pre-built systems if you plan on overclocking since they often don't have the BIOS settings that allow you to overclock the processor.

Reply With Quote March 29th, 2002,03:03 AM #87 BadBrain View Profile View Forum Posts HWC Technician Join Date Jan 2001 Location Toronto Posts 1,165 Originally posted by ol' man: They are Back to top Evil Gnomes Evil Gnomes Rat Members Joined: 06 Feb 2005 #4 Posted 30 August 2005 - 09:32 AM I have an AMD 64 2800 running at 2.34, It and half-life 2 on max settings perfectly withoug any problems. i mean if you REALLY want to kno its me, i could show you my drivers licence that says my name...

Back to top Edwards Edwards sysnode netadmin Andolini Mafia Family Joined: 31 Dec 2001 #3 Posted 30 August 2005 - 05:26 AM No stories or anything fun like that, just a The 1.73GHz XP is around $300 right now, this PIV 1.6a chip as I said is about $130. IT IS NOT AMD THEM SELVES BUT PEOPLE THAT LIE LIKE YOU. navigate to this website If you start to experience crashes and you haven't modified your Vcore yet, bump it a little bit.

but then it worked and all is fine. All the highlights in the world of games, lovingly delivered 2-3 times/week. http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200449 , Thanks. http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=103712 Added.

so i took my comp a little further. I am a member at OC.com and I know from experience that everyone that puts specs for chip sin the data base don't know everything. HWC top 100 posters link These are modifications not for the faint of heart. Because they don't have the windows environment that consumes your PC's resources.

cpowpro Guest just post here for overclockin.. Cabalo - 3155.4 mhz - Opteron 148 [email protected] - Opteron148 13. Gigabyte GA-8IPE 1000L memory voltage modification Radeon Cooling Mod tutorial. Intel« Core™2 Duo e6600 2.40 Ghz @ 3.60 GHz ~t4ct1c47~ (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=189231) virusfarm04-20-2007, 03:50 PMawwww i just realized my overclock aint on the list :( M!Ke V04-20-2007, 05:00 PMI looks like intels

That means all you would have to do is set fsb to 133MHz test for stability and be done with it basically. cpulloverclock (OverClocking-Masters) - 5443.00 - Pentium 4 'E' 3.4GHz | (D0) vapochill PE modded by Pgeo 2. but i was able to push it to 2.9, if you would like to try and beat 2.9 knock urself out socket 929, 1:1 mem, 3200+ FTW :) nice overclockin! Munro formed this site almost immediately, as a place for people to share every snippet of information available about the upcoming sequel, as well as discuss it with other fans of

A 2667MHz/533fsb PIV is about on par with a 2900~3000MHz/400fsb PIV.